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Oct 12, 2022

Impact Story

After working as a TV production manager for 17 years, Kate* felt like she could no longer keep up with the pressures of working in the industry. She contacted The Film + TV Charity for support and over three months received tailored one on one guidance and support from its Work and Wellbeing Advice Service. She now feels like she is able to stay working in the industry she loves for the rest of her career. To read more about her story head to the Impact Page

World Mental Health Day

Monday 10th October is World Mental Health Day. With this year’s theme being ‘Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority’, it’s time for us to highlight the importance of talking about our mental health. Our Mental Wellbeing support is available so everyone in the industry has a supportive listening ear during difficult times.

Black History Month in the Industry

October marks Black History Month in the UK, and across the industry there are plenty of events showcasing amazing Black British content and creatives. Across our socials, we will be spotlighting talent who have had an impact on the industry, as well up-and-coming creatives that are creating a buzz across film, tv and cinema. Head to our social pages now to find out about events across the month, and to see who we are celebrating!

Screen Culture 2033

BFI have revealed their new ten year strategy titled, Screen Culture 2033. The strategy involves the plan to “transform access to its unique and valuable collections, cultural and education programmes, and use policy and research work … to build a diverse and accessible screen culture that benefits all of society and contributes to a prosperous UK economy”. Check out their explainer video and visit their website for more information on how they will be supporting the industry. 
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